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Posted at 11:38 PM, May 06, 2022and last updated 12:00 AM, May 07, 2022

WEST, Texas — The West Police Department is celebrating its chaplain after a trip to bring food and supplies to Ukrainians.

Chaplain Edward Smith spent two weeks in Ukraine with his non-profit, Mission Harvest, and saw the destruction of the war with his own eyes. More

Mission Harvest America in collaboration with other ministries and agencies plans to begin shipping relief supplies to churches in tornado affected states. We are accepting donations for the most urgent needs but also for long term recovery efforts. Immediate needs include cash, emergency kits, heaters, blankets, solar lights, mini-refrigerators, coats, hats & gloves. Donations to help support these efforts can be made here.

HAITI EARTHQUAKE RELIEF EFFORTS has been funded and now is in the process of shipping!

How to Help

1. Donation of funds for relief effort.
2. Set up a collection site at your location.
3. Volunteer to help. Contact us.
4. Place a collection barrel or box in another location for donated materials. Consider contacting area merchants, schools, churches, or community organizations to place a collection box/barrel to help in the relief effort.
5. Contact us for delivery or pick-up arrangements

Collection Items Needed

This list represents items most needed, however, all donated items will be accepted and used by MHA in support of this and other disasters.
FOOD— All Types (Large #10 cans of food and bulk bags of rice or beans needed for mobile feeding)
* 25-100 pound bags of rice or beans
* Canned food—proteins and veggies and fruits (pop-tops preferred)
*Packaged food (edible from the package)
BABY ITEMS— All Types —including clothes
* Paper products (esp. plates, cups, eating utensils)
* Batteries —ALL types
* Flashlights or Solar Lights
* Chainsaws
* Generators

The 30th year of Mission Harvest America

On April 22, 2021 the 30th year of Mission Harvest America was celebrated with a banquet in Jacksonville, FL, honoring the founder and CEO of MHA, Dr. Dewey Painter. This event also marked the official transfer of the humanitarian and disaster relief services from Jacksonville, FL to Denton, TX. Dr. Dewey Painter, along with Dr. Gary Adams, were each presented a medallion from the Dr. Edward Smith Award for Chaplaincy, recognizing their contributions in this area. Many volunteers received Certificates of Recognition for their faithful service to Mission Harvest America. Dr. Painter continues as CEO of MHA, and will continue his activity with Native American tribes initiatives, including Health Education and Awareness. He is very active in international education, as he is the Executive Director of IEPAA (International Education Professional Accreditation Association) and is the Chancellor of Taongi National University in Liberia.

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